Guido van Rossum  committed 4493199

This is (hopefully) last checkin before releasing 2.1c2 -- get rid of
trailing whitespace.

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 	and pass SHELL=/bin/sh5 to Make when installing.
 AIX:	A complete overhaul of the shared library support is now in
-	place.  See Misc/AIX-NOTES for some notes on how it's done. 
+	place.  See Misc/AIX-NOTES for some notes on how it's done.
 	(The optimizer bug reported at this place in previous releases
 	has been worked around by a minimal code change.) If you get
 	errors about ptread_* functions, during compile or during
 		select, signal, socket, soundex, strop, struct,
 		syslog, termios, time, timing, zlib, audioop, imageop, rgbimg
-	3) make SHELL=/usr/local/bin/bash 
+	3) make SHELL=/usr/local/bin/bash
 	   or, if you feel the need for speed:
 	   make SHELL=/usr/local/bin/bash OPT="-5 -Oil+nrt"
 	4) make SHELL=/usr/local/bin/bash test
 Cygwin: Cygwin Python builds OOTB when configured as follows:
             configure --with-threads=no
         assuming Cygwin 1.1.8-2 and gcc 2.95.3-1 or later.  At the time
         of this writing, Cygwin pthread support is being significantly
         enhanced.  Hopefully, there will be a Cygwin Python with thread
         Cygwin Python supports the building of shared extensions via the
         traditional Misc/ and the newer distutils methods.
         On NT/2000, the following regression tests fail:
             test_poll (hang)
         Due to the test_poll hang on NT/2000, one should run the
         regression test using the following:
             PYTHONPATH= ./python.exe -tt ./Lib/test/ -l -x test_poll
         On 9X/Me, in addition the above NT/2000 failures, it has been
         reported that the following regression tests also fail:
         Help trying to track down the root causes for these known problems
         will be greatly appreciated.
 Configuring threads
     SunOS 5.{1-5}/{gcc,SunPro cc}/solaris   -mt
     SunOS 5.5/{gcc,SunPro cc}/POSIX         (nothing)
-    DEC OSF/1 3.x/cc/DCE                    -threads 
+    DEC OSF/1 3.x/cc/DCE                    -threads
-    Digital UNIX 4.x/cc/DCE                 -threads 
+    Digital UNIX 4.x/cc/DCE                 -threads
-    Digital UNIX 4.x/cc/POSIX               -pthread 
+    Digital UNIX 4.x/cc/POSIX               -pthread
-    AIX 4.1.4/cc_r/d7                       (nothing)                       
+    AIX 4.1.4/cc_r/d7                       (nothing)
-    AIX 4.1.4/cc_r4/DCE                     (nothing)                       
+    AIX 4.1.4/cc_r4/DCE                     (nothing)
-    IRIX 6.2/cc/POSIX                       (nothing)                       
+    IRIX 6.2/cc/POSIX                       (nothing)
     SunOS 5.{1-5}/solaris               -lthread
     SunOS 5.5/POSIX                     -lpthread
-    DEC OSF/1 3.x/DCE                   -lpthreads -lmach -lc_r -lc     
+    DEC OSF/1 3.x/DCE                   -lpthreads -lmach -lc_r -lc
     Digital UNIX 4.x/DCE                -lpthreads -lpthread -lmach -lexc -lc
-    Digital UNIX 4.x/POSIX              -lpthread -lmach -lexc -lc      
+    Digital UNIX 4.x/POSIX              -lpthread -lmach -lexc -lc
-    AIX 4.1.4/{draft7,DCE}              (nothing)                       
+    AIX 4.1.4/{draft7,DCE}              (nothing)
-    IRIX 6.2/POSIX                      -lpthread                       
+    IRIX 6.2/POSIX                      -lpthread
 	emulation of the SGI dl library mentioned above (the emulation
 	can be found at  To
-	enable this, ftp and compile both libraries, then call 
+	enable this, ftp and compile both libraries, then call
 	configure, passing it the option
 	the absolute pathname of the dl emulation library and
 	compiler to use the shared C library, you can pass
 	--with-libc=-lc_s. These libraries are passed after all other
 	libraries, the C library last.
 --with-next-archs='arch1 arch2': Under NEXTSTEP, this will build
 	all compiled binaries with the architectures listed.  This will
 	also correctly set the target architecture-specific resource